Sunday, 3 July 2016

Asidere’s Mental Space


Tomorrow, July 4, 2016, Duke Asidere’s work Mental Space  opens to the public, showing till September 15, 2016, at the Wheatbaker , Ikoyi, Lagos.

 
 Back Seat mentality, 92 x 92 cm, 2015 by Duke Asidere
Showcasing 38 paintings on paper and canvas, some of the works, according to Curator, Sandra Mbanefo Obiago, reveal an uninhibited intellectual reflecting on critical issues in society; his art celebrates the best of humanity, while teasing and warning with unapologetic dexterity.


"Mental Space is Asidere’s external response to an internal, multi-layered landscape of deep thought, questions, and critique,” explains Obiago, the exhibition curator. “Through his drawings he challenges us to reflect on a constantly changing political context, in which he highlights the crazy and controversial excesses in our lives with bold, often humorous poignancy.”






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